EXPLORING LOSELEY

We suggest you need to spend at least four hours at Loseley Park to appreciate it fully, although on summer days we do find people stay considerably longer and you’re always welcome to spend the entire day with us.  The House and Gardens are NOW CLOSED and will open on Sunday 3rd May 2020. Visits to Loseley House are by guided tour only and last around 45 minutes. Last tour 1 hour before close.  

Wheelchairs – We have 2 wheelchairs available for visitor’s use.

Accessibility – The Garden, Grounds, Gift Shop, Tea Hut, Chapel and Toilets are all fully accessible to wheelchair users.  Please note that the Garden pathways are laid to shallow gravel. The ground floor only of the House is accessible to wheelchair users.  Please note: NO HEAVY FRAMED MOTORISED WHEELCHAIRS ARE ALLOWED IN LOSELEY HOUSE.

Opening Times & Prices

 

LOSELEY HOUSE AND WALLED GARDENS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

 

 

 

Opening Times 2020

 

Loseley Park will be open to visitors, Sundays – Thursdays, from Sunday 3rd May – Monday 31st August inclusive, 10:00 – 17:00 daily.  We are closed on Fridays and Saturdays.  

 

No pre-booking necessary except for groups over 10 (see groups page of this website for the 2020 booking form).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission prices for 2020

IndividualsAdult Child (5-16)Concession
House, Garden & Grounds £10.50 £5.50£9.50
Garden, Grounds and Mulberry Tea Lawn £7.50£4.00 £6.50
Shop onlyFreeFreeFree
Groups (pre-booked only, min 10 people)
House, Garden & Grounds£9.50£5.00
Garden & Grounds only£6.50£3.50
Guided Garden Tours (in addition to Garden & Grounds admission)£3.50

Friends of Loseley Park: £30.00 Individual
(free entry + 1 guest to Garden during Season and special offers)

Please note that dogs are only allowed in the car park and only on leads.

Picnics may be eaten in either the Picnic Area or by the Lake but not on the lawns in front of the House or in the Walled Garden.

 

Download the Loseley Park Access Statement

Gardeners World - 2 for 1 entry
Visit England - Quality Assured Visitor Attraction

Group Visits

Arranging a Group Visit

If you wish to arrange a group visit for 10 people or more, please fill out our 2020 booking form by clicking the link below:

 

Click here for the Group Booking Form

“This was the easiest outing I have organised because of the attitude and proficiency of the people I contacted.  An excellent visit!” More Park DFAS

“We had the most lovely day – the guided tour of the house was so interesting, we loved the beautiful garden and the food was excellent!” WEA History of Art Group

“Everything went like clockwork and all our members had a wonderful time.  The house, guides and gardens are amazing!” Grange Park Horticultural Society

How to Find Us

Loseley Park is South of Guildford and 30 miles South West of London.

Loseley Park Guildford Surrey GU3 1HS

By road Loseley Park is situated on the B3000 New Pond Road and the main entrance is in Stakescorner Road, signposted ‘Loseley House’. Please be aware the Sandy Lane route has a sharp hairpin bend not suitable for coaches. If using SAT NAV, please enter “Stakescorner Road GU3 1HS otherwise you will be directed to the wrong part of Loseley Estate.

By rail Our nearest main station is at Guildford around three miles away and a taxi from there will take you direct to Loseley Park. 

By bus From Guildford Bus Station – numbers 42, 70, 71 and 72

Grid reference SU 97457 47329

Loseley Park

Access Statement

Loseley Park is set in acres of rolling parkland just south of Guildford in Surrey and very close to the towns of Godalming and Farncombe. Access is from the B3000 and Stakescorner Road which is long with a gentle gradient (not suitable for walking as it is narrow with no footpaths). The entrance and driveway on to the estate is flat and laid with gravel with a few prominent speed humps. The House and Gardens are situated on a flat area of parkland roughly in the centre of the estate. The nearest mainline railway stations are at Godalming (3 miles approx) and Guildford (3.5 miles approx). Loseley Park is a member of the Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme.

The Gardens are fully accessible to wheelchair users as the paths are flat and laid with shallow gravel. The ground floor only of the House is accessible to non-motorized wheelchair users. There is no lift to the first floor. The Tithe Barn and Chestnut Lodge are accessible to wheelchair users. There is an Accessible Parking area close to the House and Gardens and Accessible Toilets by the Gift Shop, in the Tithe Barn and Chestnut Lodge.  We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any queries or require any assistance please phone 01483 304440 or email enquiries@loseleypark.co.uk

Download our Access Statement

REFRESHMENTS

The Tea Hut on our Mulberry Tea Lawn  – last orders at 4.30pm

Loseley Park are delighted to welcome you to the Mulberry Tea Lawn where delicious homemade and seasonal treats await you.  (Garden entry fees apply)

We are pleased to offer homemade cakes and scones made here onsite at The Loseley Bakery. We serve our own blended range of coffee, offering you the best in aromatic flavours along with a lovely selection of speciality teas to choose from.

 

No reservations for lunch or coffee required, do pop to see us and we look forward to welcoming you.  We are not taking reservations for Afternoon Tea this season.

Opening Times: Sunday to Thursday: May to July 11.00am – 5.00pm. (Closed Friday & Saturday) and Monday to Wednesday in the month of August this year.

Gift Shop

If you’re a keen gardener, or interested in history of Elizabethan and Tudor England the Loseley Park shop is certainly worth visiting.
For every item in our range has been selected to offer high quality at a reasonable cost.

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